Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Beefing Babies (Babies Who Beef With The Paparazzi - North West, Blue Ivy)

North West mean mugging the paparazzi, as she is carried by her exploitative grandmother, Kris Jenner

North West, the 3-year-old daughter of reality star, Kim Kardashian and rapper Kanye West, is always in the public eye, thanks to her mother parading her in front of the cameras for publicity. Some celebrities take their children to public events, such as premiers, but with Kardashian, she carries her daughter around like a fashion accessory.

Many of North's pictures reveal an unhappy child, as she is often glum, snarling or crying. The paparazzi are always disconcerting and scaring her, which is not a good thing. A loud paparazzi mob and flashing lights cannot be a pleasant thing to a child. They need to back off. There is no need to get that close to the child. Leave her alone, as you are clearly upsetting her.

Blue Ivy

Blue Ivy, the daughter of singer Beyonce and rapper Jay-Z, often looks angry or sad in pics. The child is rarely smiling in photos. Blue Ivy has her dad's perennial angry face and is being raised by a father, who cheats on her mother and exposes her to profane, explicit, violent music, not appropriate for a child (or anyone for that matter).

What kind of environment is that for any child or woman, regarding satanist Jay Z, disrespectfully referring to women as "hoes" and "bit*ches" and spitting on people's religion in songs like "Money, Cash, Hoes" and "Empire State Of Mind." Is that how your mother raised you, to disrespect women and the church via your vile, illiterate, blasphemous lyrics.

Jay Z and Beyonce

Jay Z is a horrific role model. Parents you need to stop your children from listening to his music, as it is lyrical poison and trash detrimental to anyone's development. I know a 14-year-old (my friend's son) who was heavily listening to his music and began to change. He started smoking weed, using derogatory names in reference to women and nearly got arrested over threatened violence, trying to be like Jay Z.